During a visit to campus, the White House’s COVID-19 coordinator credited the university’s low infection rate to Aggies’ commitment to selfless service.
Leading authorities discussed the importance of global cooperation to end the COVID-19 pandemic during a virtual event hosted by the George & Barbara Bush Foundation and the Bush School of Government and Public Service.
More than 2,800 students were tested for COVID-19 in the program's first round.
The COVID-19 pandemic has reached rural communities, which Texas A&M rural health experts say already have sicker populations and limited resources.
Students from the College of Education & Human Development will provide virtual tutoring services to help families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Texas A&M AgriLife experts say the agriculture industry is adjusting to consumer needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Texas A&M-coordinated study evaluates the pandemic’s impacts on the U.S. agriculture sectors.
Researchers are using radiation to decontaminate personal protective equipment including gowns, facial shields and N95 masks.
The Division of Student Affairs staff is engaging with students on how to curtail behavior that may spread the virus.
A Texas A&M-led study shows that the physical distancing measures meant to protect older adults from COVID-19 could be simultaneously harmful to their health.